Photographic Close-ups

Pandemic disruption through a student’s story

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and provides behind-the-scenes information on how our journalism comes together. In March 2021, Genesis Duran was a 16-year-old at Harvest Collegiate High School in New York City who had already spent a year learning at home. It was at this …

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“Ephemeral Beauty” at the Bennington Museum

“Snowflake”, Wilson Bentley, ca. 1920, from the collection of the Bennington Museum. Bennington, Vermont – One of the Bennington Museum’s most popular annual exhibits is the recently opened December closed auction of works by artists from the Bennington area and beyond. Here’s how it works: the Museum chooses a theme …

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Book sale to close Wick Society’s 50th anniversary

Fifty Years, Fifty Favorites was released to mark the half-century of the Wick Society in 2021. The Wick Society will conclude its 50th year with two days of book sales in the run-up to Christmas. A selection of local history books will be available in the foyer of the Wick …

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Sunday November 28, 2021 – La Minute Monocle

THE FASTER WAY / Tyler Burnt Korea better Hello, Guten Morgen, Hello. We start this last Sunday in November with some essential housework. First of all, last week’s contest. By now you’ve probably read or heard that my travels have taken me to Seoul (more on that a little further …

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20 best camera deals for Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday (2021)

Boling LED Flashlight Photography: Boling Adorama, B&H This pocket-sized LED video light is one of our favorite tools for making studio-quality home videos. It becomes remarkably bright despite its compact size and offers multiple colors and effects. You can adapt the color temperature to your lighting conditions or use the …

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Land Department Offers Hawaii Nature Reserves Online Tours In Exchange For Donations

The idea is simple: take a virtual tour of Hawaii’s beautiful nature reserves, and if you want to help preserve them, donate online. The State Department of Lands and Natural Resources on Tuesday announced a new program ahead of Giving Tuesday next week, offering nature lovers a “new donation opportunity …

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The photographer amplifies the small joys with his quest for “inner light”

“A photographer is a light hunter, we hunt light,” says Elizabeth George, one of the artists selected for this year’s Photofest 2021 exhibition. “I pursue beauty, not just light. I hope to bring light to people’s lives. Light awareness. The Photofest 2021 exhibition at the Artport gallery features art photographs …

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Mick Rock, photographer who captured 1970s glam, dies at 72

Famous music photographer Mick Rock has passed away at the age of 72. Representatives confirmed the news via social media Thursday evening (November 18). “He was a photographic poet, a true force of nature who spent his days doing exactly what he loved, always in his delightfully scandalous way,” the …

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Our favorite photo books of 2021 | Magazine

At MoMA, we believe in the essential role of the photo book. The first book illustrated by a photographic process, Photographs of British algae: cyanotype prints by Anna Atkins, was published in 1843, at the dawn of the medium. While the 20th century was marked by major publications that contributed …

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For young people with photographic virtue – CVBJ

Its four-camera system and video recording features open up new possibilities for capturing everyday moments. The newest member of the Huawei nova family debuts a camera with high-end technology, which includes the RYYB (CFA) and XD color filter set. The camera’s hardware and software integration enables users to capture high …

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Jayne Wilkinson on the Momenta Biennale de l’image

View of “Chloë Lum and Yannick Desranleau: Crushed Butterflies Dream Too”, 2021. Gallery B-312, MOMENTA 2021. CARE QUESTIONS and ecological entanglement have dominated art discourse for several years, but seem to have gained urgency in recent times, as the pandemic has forced a renegotiation of relationships and values ​​on a …

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Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 DC DN Contemporary Review

Updates:10/19/2021: Addition of images from the gallery (From the Sigma lens literature) SIGMA’s first APS-C sized mirrorless zoom lens features a versatile 27-75mm full-frame equivalent zoom range, making it ideal for a wide range of photo and video applications, including landscapes, portraits, street photography, architecture and events. It can also …

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Do memes help movies? | Chatt-Mag

A good example is the scene in “Marriage Story” (2019) in which the central couple in the film have a screaming match. When a clip was uploaded, it mostly sparked arguments over whether the acting was good. But soon, people reused four stills from the scene – culminating with Adam …

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Apple iPhone 13 Pro Camera

With 12Mp available on each of its main cameras, the iPhone 13 Pro doesn’t produce the largest images, but overall they look great on its display. They also look great when shared on social media. Under bright sunlight, jpeg and HEIF images might look a bit too crisp if you …

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APOY Round 10 is open: Close-ups

October 5, 2021 It’s time to take part in the last round of our Amateur Photographer of the Year (APOY) competition, the biggest and best of its kind… We are now in round 10 of APOY, with the theme of Close-ups. With APOY’s varied categories, there should be a round …

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Jon Gregory obituary | Movie

While filming the massacre scene in my film Peterloo (2018), cinematographer Dick Pope and I worked in our usual way – no script, no storyboard. However, which is unusual for us, we used three cameras for much of the action. The amount and complexity of the resulting footage might have …

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Central Washington State Fair

The Central Washington State Fair (CWSF) kicks off this Friday 9/24/21. The 2020 edition has been canceled by the coronavirus pandemic, so there is a lot of excitement and anticipation surrounding the return of the Sunfair parade and fair. This year’s fair is marked by new foods, new activities, many …

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Toem – Review

Among other things, 2020 has made it clear that a peaceful and relaxed game can be of great help in the most difficult times. Animal Crossing was the best example of the fact, at least if we’re talking about the mainstream, but it wasn’t and won’t be the only game …

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Emmy bait or art? // The observer

Fans of sophisticated divorce drama, rejoice! Anyone who enjoyed the Oscar nominees “Marriage story, “Valentin blue “ Where “Her” will be captivated by the highly anticipated HBO “Scenes from a wedding “ mini-series. The first episode, starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain, finally aired on the network (and its streaming …

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Local faces: Rose Kearns – Echo.ie

THEY were the new club in the neighborhood, but after nearly 20 years, numerous awards and hosting the Irish Photographic Federation awards four times in a row, the Ballyfermot-SatSun Camera Club is now an integral part of the pitch. “I can’t believe it, we’ve always been the new club, how …

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Faculty Spotlight: Professor Paolo Cascio, Cinematographic Arts – College of the Arts

Professor Paolo Cascio is an award-winning cinematographer / photographer with 35 years of experience on over 120 Hollywood feature films, TV series, commercials, music videos and documentaries. He received a Photojournalism Award and an Emerging Cinematography Award, while leading workshops and webinars at Cameraimage, APU and Zagreb, Croatia with Bill …

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4 ways smartphone cameras have gotten better

Chances are, you can’t afford the latest and greatest thousand dollar smartphone, and you’ll have to compromise when it comes to the camera and smartphone features. Learn from my mistakes. Here are four modern features of smartphone cameras. Smartphone photography is now in the hands of almost everyone, and even …

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Through the lens of photographer Milo Lethorn

Through the lens of photographer Milo Lethorn ‘Through the lens’ is our monthly series that highlights Wallpaper * contributing photographers. Here, Milo Lethorn discusses the erosion of perceptions of photographic ‘truth’, the commodification of higher education, and the pushing back of gender boundaries. These are the analytical perspectives of Milo …

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Best Point and Shoot Camera for Photography

For people who live for adventure, traverse nature, enter the wilderness and while doing the impossible, they find beautiful and colorful moments that beg to be captured. One of the best point-and-shoot cameras to do this is the Olympus TG-6 waterproof camera. It is designed to withstand harsh environments. Ruggedly …

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An epic photographic journey – Chinadaily.com.cn

Tu people harvest corn in Chenjiashan Village, Xing “er County, Guanting Town, Minhe County, Qinghai Province, September 2019.[Photo by Chen Haiwen/For China Daily] Chen Haiwen, a photographer from Shanghai, has traveled since 2008 to 28 provinces and autonomous regions, 554 counties and cities across China. During the 260,000-kilometer journey, he …

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APOY round seven is open: Portraits

July 12, 2021 It’s time to take part in the final round of our Amateur Photographer of the Year (APOY) contest, the biggest and best of its kind… It’s hard to believe but we are already in round 7 of APOY, with the theme of Portraits. With its varied categories, …

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Fugitive arrested Thursday at Waite Park

WAITE PARK – A fugitive wanted by the Minnesota Department of Corrections was arrested in Waite Park on Thursday. Members of the St. Cloud Police Department’s Community Response Team, with assistance from Waite Park Police, locate a 39-year-old man Johnathon herring in the 1100 block of 7th Street South just …

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Spanish Fork UT Creative Photography

Just Imagine PhotoArt has updated its services to focus more on creative storytelling and family photography, although the company still offers a full range of photography services. Just Imagine PhotoArt has updated its services to focus more on creative storytelling and family photography, although the company still offers a full …

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APOY Round Three Results – Home

June 11, 2021 Here are the 10 best images uploaded to Photocrowd from the third round on the theme “Home”, with comments from the AP team and our guest judge. There are still a few hours left to enter the Architecture cycle, all the details here. While this category made …

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Olympus E-P7 review

Olympus PEN E-P7 Preview – First Impressions by Jeremy GrayPreview published: 06/09/2021 OM Digital Solutions has announced a new Olympus PEN camera, the E-P7. The Micro Four Thirds Camera isn’t due to arrive in North America, but we wanted to give you a taste of the compact and stylish Micro …

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Report on Photographic Paper Market is booming globally by major players – Fujifilm, Kodak, Canon, China Lucky Group – Clark County Blog

“The Global Photographic paper market highlights industry and market information, technologies and skills of dominant players on industry trends and developments. After extensive research and analysis by the experts, they also revealed the data about the strong competitors which are contributing to the growth and expansion of the market and …

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Brighton: the unlikely birthplace of cinema

On Chester Terrace, meanwhile, Alfred Darling’s studio was making groundbreaking cameras as vital to the Brighton School’s impact as the cinematic innovations of its directors. “Smith might say ‘I really want to do a close-up’ – then Darling makes a camera to do it,” Plumb explains. What gave audiences the …

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Five Ways to Take Stunning Maldives Travel Photos

No destination can conjure up images of tropical luxury like the Maldives. Located in the heart of the southern Malé atoll and languidly spread out over the archipelago’s largest private island, the newly opened Ithaafushi – The Private Island perfectly captures the exclusive atmosphere of this destination. The estate – …

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Where landscapes cool in abstraction

Jonathan Smith’s color photographs at the Lanoue Gallery capture the glacial landscape of northern Iceland with minimalist compositions and an alternate palette. Seeing them online I thought they were abstract paintings. It’s because Smith takes so much care in putting them together. With a digital camera he could take thousands …

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Extraordinary Microphone: 224 Photographs

224 Photograph Micro Extraordinary is a Guardian series that features local entrepreneurs from our region. Your business might be small, but it can be amazing. Mae Frances: Tell me about yourself. Tiffany: My name is Tiffany Gill. I was born and raised in Fairfax, SC I currently reside in Statesboro, …

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Sasha Samsonova’s sensual photographs push the boundaries of femininity, inspired by Helmut Newton and Richard Avedon

Sasha Samsonova, Arame Fall, another photo portrait (October 16, 2020) Sasha Samsonova Born and raised in Senegal, West Africa, polyglot Arame Fall dreamed of being a model. Her career has helped her overcome insecurity and shyness, an obvious triumph in Sasha Samsonovastunning photographic portraits that capture the exuberance of fall. …

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Cindy Sherman on her very first non-photographic works

The textiles, which are made from fibers such as cotton, wool, acrylic and polyester, were produced in Belgium as a tribute to the country’s centuries-old weaving traditions. Sherman assumes a different character in each tapestry, transforming himself through clothing, accessories, eye color and hair; by inhabiting different genres and manipulating …

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10 must-read close-up photography tutorials

Here are the top 10 tutorials that will get you a closer look at your photographic subjects and provide you with practical tips along the way, including lens choices, lighting tips, setup, and more. 1. 4 Top Tips for Creative Fruit and Vegetable Photography We’ve thought of putting together a …

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